skunk2 vs tenzo r racing springs

squeeks

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Yea im making the order for my springs ive found skunk2's the cheapest online at 175-180 but I went to streetstyler.com and found tenzo r racings for 95 so the shipping shouldnt be that much. Which set should I throw onto the 6 gen?
 

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if its between those, skunk2 cause i love the company. but are you doing sleeve-over coil-overs or drop springs?
 

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squeeks said:
Yea im making the order for my springs ive found skunk2's the cheapest online at 175-180 but I went to streetstyler.com and found tenzo r racings for 95 so the shipping shouldnt be that much. Which set should I throw onto the 6 gen?

I have never tried Tenzo R springs but I am currently on Skunk2 coilovers. A bit stiff for street driving but if you desire decent handling it's a respectable trade off.
 

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skunk2 are pretty stiff for my taste.... i have no ***, so i need all the cushion i can get :p i like eibach and teins
 

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DarkSideAccord said:
skunk2 are pretty stiff for my taste.... i have no ***, so i need all the cushion i can get :p i like eibach and teins
^^^^^ HAHAHHAHAHAHAHA that's pretty funny.
 

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i dont have much meat either, thats why i love my sparcos-designed to absorb impact!
 

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i had tenzo rims and quality sucked -- one small pothole and it had a huge bend.

i have neuspeed springs and love them but i'm selling them if you're interested b/c i'm going to coilovers -- i want a lower drop. PM me if you want them
 

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coilovers you can adjust height.........springs you just have that drop and thats it. struts and shocks are the same exact thing. i myself, have changed my mind from the skunk2's, but only cuz of pricing, not cuz of the hardness or w/e. im going with megan racing coilovers now, which have 400f and 350r spring rates, which is about the same as the skunks, BUT a lot cheeper:D
 

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if you are not going to autoX or road race i would suggest you to look on forums/ebay for some lowering springs like eibach, neuspeed, or h&r. if you get the skunk2 springs/coilovers without good shocks, the shocks won't be able to take the stiffness of the springs for that long and the shocks will blow.
 
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